Version: 2.1.0 || Release Date: 2010-02-17 || License: GPL App Owner: poluz

Bazaar is a distributed version control system. Bazaar runs on GNU/Linux, UNIX, Windows and OS X out of the box.

Bazaar is a distributed version control system that Just Works. While many similar systems require you to adapt to their model of working, Bazaar adapts to the workflows you want to use, and it takes only five minutes to try it out. People have used it to version pretty much anything: single-file projects, your /etc directory and even the thousands of files and revisions in the source code for Launchpad, MySQL and Mailman.

Bazaar runs on Windows, GNU/Linux, UNIX and Mac OS, and requires only Python 2.4. If you can run Python, you can run Bazaar! It is an official GNU project, licensed under the GPLv2 or later, at your option.

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This release of Bazaar makes the 2a (previously ‘brisbane-core’) format the default when new branches or repositories are created. This format is substantially smaller and faster for many operations. Most of the work in this release focuses on bug fixes and stabilization, covering both 2a and previous formats. (See the Upgrade Guide for information on migrating existing projects.)

This release also improves the documentation content and presentation, including adding Windows HtmlHelp manuals.

The Bazaar team decided that 2.0 will be a long-term supported release, with bugfix-only 2.0.x releases based on it, continuing for at least six months or until the following stable release.